Sit back and listen. Over the next 45 minutes what you will hear is how a data geek thinks because Karan Bhalla, CEO of CU Rise, will show you.
Ask Ray Crouse, CEO of the roughly $250 million in assets Parsons Federal Credit Union, if he is helming an endangered institution and be ready to get an earful.
Lee Wetherington, director of strategic insight at Jack Henry, the big core maker (Symitar is theirs), has a picture in his head of the path to success for tomorrow’s credit unions. Picture yourself as a platform, he says, and, yes, a platform company is Amazon, for instance, and what makes Amazon a platform is that it creates an environment where many other vendors can also sell and consumers in turn can reap the benefits of choice and keen prices.
How’s that apply to credit unions? Wetherington sees the credit union as a platform where the best, most useful finech tools are aggregated to best serve an institution’s members. The credit unions with the best tools win.
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Philadelphia, PA (January 28th, 2021) – RenoFi (www.renofi.com), the leading financial technology company enabling credit unions to offer next-generation home renovation financing, is excited to announce its partnership launch with several new, innovative credit unions across the United States. RenoFi has cemented its focus in the credit union industry in 2020, adding an additional eight credit union partners that are currently offering its next-generation renovation loans. These partners are leveraging RenoFi’s platform to revolutionize the renovation financing experience for their members and beyond.